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Where has erosion effected the most people in the world? How was their soils lost?

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In the following link you will see the different types of erosion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erosion Depends on the global environment effect that you prioritize the zone where most people is affected change. I suppose the Africa is one of the continents where erosion has a bigger impact on the population ( In Africa, if current trends of soil degradation continue, the continent might be able to feed just 25% of its population by 2025, according to UNU's Ghana-based Institute for Natural Resources in Africa) FYI: Here is a recent new about Erosion in Arctic: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/04/110418-arctic-erosion-global-warming-ice-environment/ I hope this information will help you
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